The Big Fear – the small reframing May 5, 2011Posted by dissident93 in economics.
Update: the new website is now online:
The Big Fear – the small reframing
Earlier this week, with the help of colleagues and friends, I launched a “campaign”, The Big Fear – the small reframing, in the Guardian newspaper. I’ve been working on a “tagline” – something which sums it up in an easily replicable “meme”. The wording I decided on may not seem “clever” at first glance, but it ticks all the boxes (please post it widely in various forms – the website URL isn’t yet included – it will follow when live [update: here it is]. This blog isn’t the place).
It’s a very modest globe-spanning thing, with no delusions of grandeur – an audience of one is sufficient; self-promotion isn’t the name of the game. With that in mind, I’d like to thank the following for their advice (and their kind words regarding the final “meme”): Fredric Jameson, Noam Chomsky, Paul Krassner, Peter Lamborn Wilson, Paris Review (“Oui oui!”), and Franz Kafka II (for the graphics). For further info, please contact me via the “About” page.
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